SVF

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AcronymDefinition
SVFSet Vertical Format
SVFSanur Village Festival (Indonesia)
SVFStable Value Fund
SVFStored Value Facility (Singapore)
SVFScalar-Valued Function
SVFSimple Vector Format
SVFSerial Vector Format (ICT in circuit test)
SVFState Variable Filter
SVFStoicorum Veterum Fragmenta
SVFSjónvarp Føroya (Television of the Faroes; Faeroe Islands)
SVFShuttle Vibration Forces
SVFSoftware Verification Facility
SVFSeattle, Washington Ferry Pier (Amtrak station code; Seattle, WA)
SVFSociété des Vins de France (French: Wine Society of France)
SVFSolid Volume Fraction
SVFSimultaneous Voice and Facsimile
SVFShortest Validity First
SVFScience Validation Facility
SVFSpécification, Vérification Formelles (French: Specification, Formal Verification)
SVFStandard Vented Furnace
SVFSundsvalls Vindtunnelförening (Swedish: Sundsvall Wind Tunnel Association; Sundsvall, Sweden)
SVFSilicon Valley Forum
SVFSud Vendée Football (French: South Vendee Football; Vendee, France)
SVFDr. Somboon Vacharotai Foundation
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The public may contact their banks or stored value facility operators for more details regarding the availability of the related services that may be affected by the above planned system maintenance exercise.
applying several operational mandatories adhering to MAS regulations, as host for CASHU Stored Value Facility, also being
The HKMA has requested stored value facility operators and banks to adopt the following refined process to enhance user protection:
The FPS will go into full production on September 30 when banks and stored value facility (SVF) operators participating in the FPS will start to introduce services enabling their customers to make and receive real-time payments through the FPS.
The System supports real-time, round-the-clock fund transfer and payment services in Hong Kong dollars and Renminbi across different banks and stored value facility operators with the use of mobile phone numbers, email addresses or QR (Quick Response) codes.
This can only help banks and stored value facility operators roll out more innovative payment services; in turn, they will promote their wider adoption by customers and merchants.
It will set in motion full connectivity between banks and stored value facility operators.
3 MAS proposes to bring these regulations under a single framework that will provide for the licensing, regulation and supervision of all payments services, including stored value facility holders, remittance companies, and virtual currency intermediaries.
To fulfill the MAS obligations for Stored Value Facility (SVF), CASHU has incorporated a range of operational enhancements into its payment platform.
These include remittance agents, money-changers, internet-based stored value facility holders, corporate service providers and pawnbrokers.